One view on decisions relates to the idea of thinking something through and then starting a project with a well-defined goal or buying something we’ve assessed in detail. The feeling that comes with it, is that we’ve planned things out and have an idea of what we’ll be creating.
Using that approach is closely linked to our desire to make things happen and control the results.
A different view on decisions is to take them as reactions to the situation we are in, the way we experience the moment. It’s taking up an idea, seeing a change, and reacting to it. The feeling that comes with it, is that we are seeing something emerge and see a place for us to contribute to that change.
Using that approach is closely linked to our affiliation with the movement we are perceiving and want to build on.
What distinguishes them is our ability to integrate the context we are living in and our desire to stick to what we are used to.
And yes, both approaches can be combined.